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noun as in course, path

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“He didn’t pitch until late in his college career, so there’s some relative freshness to his arm,” the scout told FiveThirtyEight.

Instead, Khudobin has been off the mark so far in the bubble, playing some of the worst hockey of his career.

“Ten years is better than four years, but it’s not better than career employment,” she said.

Being so young, doing it so early in my career — it’s amazing.

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I always wanted to have a career like his—except for the stopping work thing.

So looking at that and that at that time I was also pursuing my career—so there was something here.

The memoir follows Oswalt from 1995 to 1999 as he was starting out on his comedy career in Los Angeles.

Starting under Theodore Roosevelt and Howard Taft, embassies headed by career diplomats increased in number.

I ask Atefeh and Monir if they see dancing as a form of income in the future, a potential career.

He began his military career at the age of 11, and continued in the service nearly 60 years.

In 1856 she married Mesdag, who, rather late in life decided to follow the career of a painter.

At the very commencement of the campaign Massna committed a fault which almost ruined his career.

So did my versatile friend, joyously confident in his powers, start on his glorious career as a private detective.

Your mad career generally ended in a crowd and a free fight of confetti.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to career, such as: course, race, orbit, passage, pilgrimage, and procedure.

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